One of the common challenges front-end developers face when working with web designs is having to stack or layer HTML elements on top of each other. With the
z-index CSS properties, we can change the order elements get stacked. In AtoZ’s final episode for season one, Guy Routledge shares about:
- The default stacking order of the document.
- What a stacking context is and how they interact with each other.
- How z-index controls layer order within the stacking contexts.
- And a method he uses for standardizing z-index across a project.
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